December 10, 2022
India vs England: Deepti Sharma’s run out of Charlie Dean divides cricket fraternity

India all-rounder Deepti Sharma’s decision to run out England’s Charlotte Dean on the non-striker’s end as she was backing up the ball long before it was released, generated a lot of contrasting opinion on social media, leading to The cricket fraternity split. The act was earlier known as ‘Mankad’, when India’s cricket legend Vinoo Mankad peed this manner of running out Australia’s Bill Brown at the non-striker’s end. لعبة سلوتس Although many cricketers argue that it is against the spirit of the game, it is completely legal as per the rules of the game.

Earlier this week, the ICC also changed some of the playing conditions and regarding the “non-striker’s exit”, the apex cricket body said, “The terms of the game are in a manner intended to affect run outs from ‘unfair play’”. موقع بيت 365 لكرة القدم comply with the laws in furtherance of manner. section in the ‘run out’ section.”

Wasim Jaffer, Virender Sehwag, Tabrez Shamsi, Monty Panesar defended Deepti saying that it is completely within the rules of the game.

There are some players who have also criticized Deepti for resorting to this method of dismissal.


Billings said, “Surely there isn’t someone who’s played this game who thinks it’s acceptable? Not just cricket…”.

England’s unstoppable spin legend James Anderson also replied to Billings that Deepti had no intention of bowling the ball.

“Spot on. No intention of throwing the ball,” Anderson replied.

Coming into the match, India were bundled out for 169 after England were asked to bat first. Chasing 170, a brilliant spell from Renuka Singh (4/29) reduced England to 65/7. Knockings from captain Amy Jones (28) and Charlotte Dean (47) took England closer to victory, but in the end India mustered up the courage to register a 3-0 series win.

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